Working at home after the hurricane I was very happy to get this gift at my desk…courtesy of Isaac. Hillary just told him that they all don’t need to go back to school anymore, they can just stay home and … Continue reading
Category Archives: Life Lesson
…is they break if you hit them hard enough. I think it is required, given my previous posts on all the benefits of cycling, to disclose that a few days ago I went out on a snowy morning when I … Continue reading
For the past few years, I’ve had a slow-burning desire to own less. Certainly in the physical sense, I keep looking around me at the contents of bookshelves, boxes of papers, odds and ends and jars of spices I haven’t … Continue reading
Our long distance bills are typically pretty small, but every so often a long call to an old friend results in a surprising phone bill. After years of trusting Working Assets Long Distance to be reasonable (and contribute to good … Continue reading
After over 20 years at the keyboard I’ve hit a major roadblock that’s stopping me in my tracks. Last week I was diagnosed with carpal tunnel in both wrists and tendonitis in several places. It’s not clear how serious or … Continue reading
Ah, Defender. My friend Josh Seiden has started a blog just about that old Williams video game. 1981 in the city all over again.
It may be that I finally recognize who my peers are, or it may be that age makes me value them. Either way, sitting down to a slow meal of conversation and laughter with people you respect and enjoy seems … Continue reading